knives for field dressing deer
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One rifle, one planet. Holland's 375
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Posted 15 May 2008 - 07:31 AM
Just be sure to use Havel brand scalpel blades not those cheap ones on ebay.. I bought some of those to try them out, and about every 3rd one is sharp and they break super easy, some wont fit the handle good and are sloppy.. I wont use anything but Havels.They are stronger, sharper and will last longer than any other scalpel out there Those cheap ones are too brittle.. They tend to break. And guaranteed you do NOT want to loose part of your blade while guting a deer.. Cuz you KNOW you will find it next time you put your hand in there.. I skin with my scalpel but gutting I leave for knives... Sides I have hubby do it Wouldnt want to get dirty you know LOL...
I'm going to get the havalon piranta (sp) it uses scalpel blades the are change able. Right now I'm using about three different ones on deer and I just use my browning trapper style for skining yotes and cats.
Posted 15 May 2008 - 11:22 PM
Heath, if not the model 110 Hunter, then what?
I have a folding Buck that I just LOVE. I skinned and de-boned 3 deer with it last year. I have also had several Gerber's that have served me well.
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